Linda I am so very, very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Here’s my second recipe:
Cheesy Shells and Italian Sausage
8 oz. bulk hot italian pork sausage (I use mild not hot)
3 garlic cloves
3 cups unsalted chicken stock
1 jar (24 oz. ) marinara sauce
12 oz. medium shell pasta
4 oz. reduced-fat cream cheese (Neufchatel)
1/4 cup fresh basil leaves
1 cup seasoned croutons
2 oz. fresh parmesan cheese ( 1/2…[Read more]
I’m not sure if this is the right place for this…. but this a recipe (actually have two) that I would like to submit for the cookbook.
Tasty Turkey Chili
2 tablespoons vegetable oil (I use canola)
1 8 ounce container of trinity mix (onions, celery, green peppers)
1 tablespoon roasted garlic
1 (20 ounce) package of ground turkey
1 (1.25 ounce)…[Read more]
Jane commented on the post, Tell Us, When Was the Last Time You Wanted to Run Away? 1 month, 2 weeks ago
I am so sorry that your mom is in the hospital. I hope and pray for a speedy recovery and that she’s back home soon.
I think I run away everyday when I do something mindless …. read a book, facebook, etc. when I know there are others things i need to be doing.
After the problems with Nicole infusion pump this weekend I am grateful that the speciality pharmacy and the insurance approved within hours for her to have a third pump so she will never be without a backup if one breaks/malfunctions.
Bruce McIntyre (@brucemc) joined Denise for Care Break on June 9th to talk about serendipity. It was a great show as always. I think sometimes we forget to look for those moments while we are in the trenches of […]
Denise was joined by Jan, who cares for her mom, on May 30th. Jan talked about getting hospice for her mom after it had been denied in February. It was a great show. I can totally relate to the Florida summers […]
@janshriver, just listened your PodCast
And not just because it was like listening to my own story especially your account of Hospice and your encouragement to not wait too late. I waited late for my Dad. This time around with my Mom I’ve been much quicker to push the button. Most think Hospice is an automatic death sentence and don’t appreciate that it is possible to graduate out of Hospice. While death is a guarantee, the timing is far from it.
I also had to chuckle at the challenge of travel to and from Ohio. Another commonality with my story is that my parents were “snow birds” for a time splitting time between NE Ohio and the deep South. Denise, winter in NE Ohio rivals anything in Chicago and I’ve lived in both places.
Blessings and prayers for you and your family.
Denise was joined by Bruce McInytre (@brucemc) for Care Break on May 28th. Bruce talked about taking a vacation either with your caree or from caregiving. It was very interesting. I could relate to this because I […]
I enjoyed listening to the show! I am currently working on ideas for our Staycation . . . besides doing the Patio remodel! If anyone has any ideas on how to score a very reduced price local hotel room, I am interested. I may get up my courage to ask my nearby Best Western and will let you know how it goes. This is beyond my comfort zone!!!
Denise was joined by Linda, who cared for her mom until her death and now cares for her dad from a distance. She talked about resentment. I loved Linda (@goinhome) the first time she was on and I loved her just as […]
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